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September 08, 2008

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Isaac Cates

I'm glad to see Geary getting his propers. I think he's a really smart cartoonist, with his main disadvantage being that he does most of his work a little outside the generic models we expect from serious "graphic novel" cartoonists these days. If he ever drew a memoir of his childhood, I'm sure he's be all over the New York Times. Instead, he keeps giving us these wonderfully creepy history-buff murder stories, which get published to zero fanfare as far as I can tell.

But Jog also wrote about Geary pretty recently. Is this a meme?

http://joglikescomics.blogspot.com/2008/08/revamp-for-which-little-changes.html

Jog

Not an intentional meme, but sometimes these things coalesce... actually, the old 1983 Voyages anthology I posted about the other day had a Geary murder story in it... one of his purely fictional pieces. There's a certain methodical approach to it that kinda presages his nonfiction murder works... it was interesting to see...

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